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No Friend to Inventors, California Congressman Darrell Issa Retires

Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) has just announced that he will not seek reelection in 2018. This comes as a pleasant surprise to inventors and technology-driven startups. Since being named Chair of the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, … Continue reading

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How to Provide a Photo License to a Friend

Photographers often take photos for friends, such as of their kids or pets. But how does the photographer limit the friend's use of the photos with tact? For example, some great friends invite my husband, his grandsons, and me to … Continue reading

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Tweet by friend of husband of jury foreperson did not taint jury trial

U.S. v. Forde, 2011 WL 63831 (4th Cir. January 10, 2011) Defendant was convicted of bankruptcy fraud and some other similar crimes. One of his arguments on appeal was that the trial court judge erred by not holding a hearing … Continue reading

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A friend of mine sent this to me…

I have to say I was stunned when a friend of mine sent this to me: It's by some guy named Porter Stansburry, and it is the sort of tripe that circulates among republicans: This is why there are no … Continue reading

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Pre-Pack Administrations: Friend or Foe?

Much has been written recently with regards to pre-packaged administrations. This is the colloquial term given where the sale by a company administrator of assets immediately (or at least very soon after) being appointed, which has been arranged prior to … Continue reading

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